Android Marshmallow arrives today. Of course, some phones may still take months or years to get an update. We’ve collected all the information we can on which devices will get updates and when.
Below, you’ll find a non-comprehensive list of all the phones and tablets we can find that may be receiving an update to Android Marshmallow. Keep in mind that we don’t have any special insider information. We only know what the companies that make these devices announce. We’ll do our best to keep this list updated and check in when updates are due. However, some manufacturers may change their plans, or simply fail to acknowledge some phones entirely.
Many phones also come with variants that may delay updates. We’ll make note of carrier or regional variants wherever possible, but unless otherwise noted, assume any reference to a device refers to the generic, carrier-free version. If you bought your phone from a carrier (particularly a CDMA carrier like Verizon or Sprint), your phone may have a different update schedule.
If you see a phone that’s not on this list, that a manufacturer or carrier has confirmed an upgrade to Android Marshmallow for, let us know. We can’t keep up with every phone that doesn’t get mentioned, but we can always add new information that manufacturers or carriers do give us.